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Associated movements

Associated movements

normal involuntary limp movements that accompany voluntary movement, e.g., arm swing with walking.

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Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Get Canada Goose On Net
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ecosystem: assimilation, dissimilation, decomposers, etc.

... in the form of heat. What can this energy 'Q' be used for by the organism? I think this energy (e.g. dissimilation of glucose) could be used for movements.

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by DarDerk
Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:55 pm
Forum: Ecology
Topic: ecosystem: assimilation, dissimilation, decomposers, etc.
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holographic origin of life

... no collinearities caused by it, then at a certain pace range we would expect lifespan to be linearly correlated with the feeding pace (or bowel movements).

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by minasole
Wed Aug 28, 2013 5:15 pm
Forum: Evolution
Topic: holographic origin of life
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Human hair

... about what was stated. It was, after all, on a .com site. I have never heard of hair acting as a "sixth sense" to pick up environmental movements, noises, or disturbances of any kind. I would appreciate any input on this topic as I have not been able to locate any scholarly articles ...

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by MattChrn
Wed May 23, 2012 9:08 pm
Forum: Physiology
Topic: Human hair
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Why are animals so quiet?

... that do use vocal signals as well: wild canines are a good example. In wolf packs, alpha females often can tell her pack members what to do by ear movements, teeth baring, even certain ways of moving the tail. This latter is believed to be communication by scent and sight! Sometimes predators have ...

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by Wallyanna
Wed May 09, 2012 11:28 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Why are animals so quiet?
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